My interest for virtual reality started much before my Ph.D. work. As I started to develop virtual environments in 1997 (when working as developer for artists), I had the opportunity to work on Silicon Graphics computers (O2, ONYX) and to interface various trackers and displays. Around this time, I decided to pursue a more theoretical and experimental way than the one I was supposed to follow after an engineering diploma.
I therefore had to do a Master before doing a (...)
I am currently scientific collaborator (post-doc) at the Laboratory of Cognitive Neurosciences (LNCO) which is directed by Prof. Olaf Blanke.
Before this, I was assistant professor for 4 years (2005-2009) at the department of Software and Media Technology at Aalborg University (Denmark) in Esbjerg and Copenhaguen and researcher at the Sensorama Laboratory.
I received my Ph.D. in "Computer graphics and virtual reality" in 2005 from the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne for my research (...)
I have been teaching various computer science topics in the department of Medialogy for Aalborg University (Denmark) in Esbjerg and Copenhaguen (2005-2009). Here are some more details.
Medialogy regroups technical and creative skills. From the technical point of view, media tools are today strongly based on computers. Therefore, my contribution as a teacher is first to guarantee that students have a sufficient knowledge in computer sciences. This starts with programming and (...)